The New Jersey Institute of Technology. The Architecture Library at NJIT is building a growing collection of digital materials dealing with the Newark built environment. The Digital Archive of Newark Architecture includes newspaper and journal articles (restricted access), books, atlases, maps, government documents, and other materials.
Charles F. Cummings compiled a list of architects associated with Newark landmark buildings which appeared as a series of articles published in the Newark Star-Ledger in 1999:
"Glory of the City's Designers Still Lives on in Their Buildings." March 11, 1999, p.3 [A-Ge]
"More Architectural Gems: The Courthouse and Museum," March 18, 1999, p.4 [Gi-H]
"The Glory and the Grandeur of the City's Religious Edifices." March 25, 1999, p.3 [J-Ra]
"City is Known for Traditional Architecture and Innovative Designs." April 1, 1999, p.4 [Re-Z]
The City of Newark Archives and Records Management Center has the Minutes and Documents of the Committee on Public Buildings from 1875 to 1917. The Committee approved bids for the construction, decoration, and maintenance of public buildings (offices, fire houses, courts, etc.) in Newark.
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